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Welcome the the ASUW Wiki!

The purpose of this Wiki is to provide a readily accessible resource for all things ASUW, including history, documents, and general information. If you would like to make an addition to the Wiki, you can either log in with your UW NetID to edit pages, or email a submission to the ASUW Director of Operations

See Also: ASUW Wiki:About


About ASUW

The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) is as a nonprofit that acts as the undergraduate student government on the University of Washington campus in Seattle. The structure of ASUW is a complex composition of government, corporation, advocacy, and programming elements which have been created and modified by thousands of students over more than a hundred years. The ASUW works closely with the Student Advisory Office (SAO) and the Graduate and Professional Student Senate GPSS in providing services for not only undergraduates but also clubs and graduate students.

  • See ASUW for more detailed information.

Governing Documents

Note: Official versions available at ASUW Records Website and ASUW Senate Website.

Board of Directors

Note: Board Members' Quarterly Reports are available on the Sessions Page beginning with the 109th Session.

Student Senate


Experimental College
Bike Shop
RainyDawg Radio Station


Arts and Entertainment
Off-Campus Housing Affairs
Office of Government Relations
Committee Organizing Rape Education
Student Health Consortium
UW Leaders
ASUW Ambassadors

Note: Note: Programs' Quarterly Reports are available on the Sessions Page beginning with the 109th Session.


American Indian Student Commission
Asian Student Commission
Black Student Commission
Student Disability Commission
Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian Transgender Commission
La Raza Student Commission
Pacific Islander Student Commission
Women's Action Commission
Joint Commissions Committee

Note: Commissions' Quarterly Reports are available on the Sessions Page beginning with the 109th Session.


ASUW Committees

Student-Centered Committees (Non-ASUW)

University Committees

Faculty Councils

Faculty Senate

Task Forces

Non-ASUW Entities / Groups


Personnel Lists

Sessions/Quarterly Reports

Note: Quarterly Reports are available on Session Pages beginning with the 109th Session (2009-2010).

ASUW Elections

ASUW Elections occur every Spring to elect the ASUW President, Vice President, and at-large members of the Board of Directors

For election information and results, see main article: ASUW Elections

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